Exploring Tampa's historic Ybor City

A virtual walk through Tampa's historic Ybor City.

Ybor City Museum State Park occupies the former Ferlita Bakery at 1818 9th Avenue. From 1896 through 1973, the Ferlita family operated a Cuban bread bakery on site for the surrounding community.

Ybor Centennial Park is a 2.5-acre park located between East 8th Avenue, North 18th Street, East 9th Avenue and North 19th Street.

The Grassroots Kava House.

Residential structures along East 5th Avenue.

*The Don Vicente De Ybor building was constructed in 1890 as a real estate office for Vicente Martinez Ybor. Later becoming a historic inn and restaurant, the building has since been renovated into office space. *

Erected in 1886-88, the Cherokee Club (also known as “El Pasaje”) was the second brick building in Ybor City. It was popular with the elite and famous. Well known visitors included Jose Marti, Theodore Roosevelt, Winston Churchill and artist Frederic Remington.

Coppertail Brewing Company is a craft brewery that was established in 2014.

The Lector 85 luxury apartments on East 2nd Avenue.

The Arturo Fuente corporate office building at 1310 North 22nd Street. Arturo Fuente is a brand of cigar founded by Arturo Fuente, Sr. in 1912.